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Dragon 1/35 Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.G Apr-May 1943 Production | 6594

$ 48.89

SKU: DRA6594


- Newly tooled front armor and mantlet
- Krupp overlapping version of turret-skirt armor plate is newly tooled
- Newly tooled one-piece 3-directional slide-molded turret for Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.G
- Newly tooled side fenders w/pattern detail on both top and bottom surfaces
- Great detail on newly tooled hull rear
- Newly designed side-skirt brackets presented in detail
- Newly designed side-skirt armor produced in metal for scale thickness
- New turret roof rendered w/turret-skirt armor brackets
- One-piece upper hull 2-side slide-molded w/new engine-deck design
- New driver's and radio operator's housing w/splash guard
- Side-skirt armor plates can be installed separately
- Turret-skirt and side-skirt armor plates can be installed separately
- Mantlet guard can be removed and gun unloaded as on real vehicle
- Complete gun assembly w/full detail
- Delicate coaxial MG w/hollow muzzle
- Finely detailed 7.5cm Kw.K.40 L/48 gun
- Gun sleeve w/delicate weld and bolt detail made from 3-directional slide molds
- Detailed gun muzzle brake
- Injection-molded fenders made to thinnest possible dimensions
- Starter access panel for Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.G
- Brackets for side-skirt armor realistically detailed
- Includes hollowed-out undercut on turret bottom
- Incorporates toothed turret ring inside turret
- Spare-track bracket on glacis plate w/photo-etched and plastic options
- Separate front and rear fenders can be posed in a folded-back position
- Commander's cupola recreates structural details
- Cupola vision blocks can be assembled open/closed
- Photo-etched part for engine-deck ventilation grill
- Engin hatches can be assembled open/closed
- Mentlet view port can be modeled open/closed
- Bolts and rivets accurately represented
- Hatches w/internal detail
- Detailed OVM arrangement on fenders
- Slide-molded storage bin w/accurate details can be assembled open/closed
- Intricate spare-track bracket on lower hull front
- Air-intake covers have option of injection of photo-etched parts
- Realistic double-layered air intake
- One-piece lower hull made from slide molds
- Hull bottom has full and correct details
- Idler adjuster mountings have accurate details
- Idler wheels w/correctly detaied parts
- Road wheels and suspension exhibit extreme details
- Realistic parting lines on rubber tires
- Final-drive housing w/etails on both sides
- Separate armored cover for final-drive housing
- Sprocket wheels w/breathtaking detail and multiple delicate parts
- Injection-molded on-vehicle tools w/clasps
- 40cm Magic Track a/accurate details

Dragon already has an unparalleled range of Panzer IV plastic kits in its 1/35 scale range. However, the newest one is not just a rehash of previous kits, for it represents a Late Production variant of the Panzer IV Ausf.G. This kit actually represents a vehicle manufactured in April-May 1943, and which arrived on the Eastern Front in time for the enormous clash at Kursk. Indeed there were more than 800 Pz.Kpfw.IV G tanks in Army Groups Center and South at the time of the Kursk battle.

As a unique model in its own right, this Ausf.G Apr-May 1943 Production kit possesses a number of completely new parts. These new components include the turret, turret schurzen, side armor plates, fenders, add-on armor plates, frontal plate and schurzen brackets. The side schurzen plates are made from metal to allow an exact representation of those on the original vehicle. This is a Smart Kit, assuring modelers of a well-engineered product that is easy to assemble and yet is full of intricate detail. With this particular kit, the modeler can create a new Panzer IV G tank precisely as it appeared in the great Kursk confrontation.

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